The Hiorne Tower built in the late 18th century for the Duke of Norfolk, and located in Arundel Park, behind the imposing castle that sits above the riverside town of Arundel in West Sussex England.
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yquem46 (38064) 2013-12-03 2:34
Your colors there !
Very eye catching red door
Top usual quality
have a nice day, all the best
Royaldevon (24278) 2013-12-03 2:38
Good Morning Brian,
The red door and the red fencing really work well to draw the viewers towards the entrance to this sharp, symmetrical tower.
The stone patterns show up well, as does the whole building set against the clear, blue sky.
Have a lovely day,
mirosu (10942) 2013-12-03 4:02
This is excellently captured castle tower from very well selected viewpoint. The view from lover angle makes the tower majestic and dominant. The light is perfect, the contrast against blue sky superb.
Very well done my friend.
Wish you a peaceful Advent time.
snunney (76358) 2013-12-03 4:23
I visited Arundel on several occasions when we lived in the UK but never came across this impressive tower. A fine symmetrical composition that does it full justice. The lovely sky makes a superb backdrop. Excellent rendering of the detail and colours of the architecture.
Nicou (111254) 2013-12-03 6:10
quelle iamge et ocmpo fantastique ce château quell forme arcghitectuale sueprbe vue et ocmpo quel rendu sur la pierre et ce ciel en fond sueprbe compo.
Bravo et amitié
rychem (16404) 2013-12-03 8:24
Great structure of this tower, it looks like a medieval castle, excellent photo with nice central composition
Cricri (96919) 2013-12-03 9:59
Belle présentation du château aux deux tours, intéressante architecture avec sa porte rouge, le tout sous un joli fond bleu
Romano46 (15554) 2013-12-03 10:13
la torre è la stessa delle foto precedenti ma in questa appare in tutta la sua imponente magnificenza proponendo la sua rude struttura di pretra grezza.
Composizione perfette come tua abitudine e dettagli a volontà per la cura che hai dedicato alla ripresa.
Colori sempre ottimamente dosati.
Ciao e buona serata
jcpix (9244) 2013-12-03 18:43
This was a bit deceiving at first glance from the smaller thumbnail image. It didn't appear all that imposing, but a larger view tells me otherwise! Now we need to see the castle in comparison.
This is great though, and I'm loving the red/green/blue color scheme broken by the earthy tones of the tower so prominently placed and showcased. The only thing missing is a flag...or is that just simply a cell tower or t.v. antenna? Modern conveniences must be available no matter the structure or surroundings these days...I mean, I'm finding myself scanning over this to spot a satellite dish!? :)
The red door steals the show on this one, but not so much that we can't enjoy the overall image and usual quality you provide in your work. Smooth exposure control too, you managed to bring out the faint layers of clouds in the background for added punch.
Have a great one. Take it easy.
Cheers from the desert Southwest,
You were one of the people I thought would most enjoy Horseshoe Bend, and I after your Grand Canyon shots, I can only imagine what kind of pictures you'd come away with from there. Come on back any 'ol time, we'll make a tour up North! Sorry to hear you've picked up the Black Friday nonsense...run, run away while you can!
jjcordier (70505) 2013-12-03 22:11
On retrouve la lumière et les couleurs qui caractérisent tes photos. Cadrage impeccable de cette tour et belle qualité d'image.
dkmurphys (44589) 2013-12-04 0:32
Very attractive presence in the park. It sure has everyone's attention. I like the texture of the facade and the red painted door for the contrast.
Have a nice day.
subhendu_bagchi (24367) 2013-12-04 1:03
hello Brian, a nice capture once again. The towers are looking superb with the blue sky at top. Great sharp image quality. Colours are really very good. Like how you presented it. Excellent one. Tfs.
macjake (49274) 2013-12-04 17:35
Oh man, here we have another beauty of yours.
its awesome that the small 'towers' on the bottom right and left are trying to make a tall appearance :)
wicked light here my friend! just wicked!
the blue stands out so well against everything else.
beauty of a subject, and i love the in-your-face composition.
ourania (22722) 2013-12-05 8:37
I love the visual impact, the suggestiveness and elegance of this symmetrical composition. The tower and your composition have a wonderful simplicity that leads us to explore and enjoy the deatails. There's exquisite sharpness and a fascinating 3D effect that enable us to appreciate this stucture so much. Lighting and colours contribute to the creation of an irresistible graphical effect. The red door is a striking detail. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a great evening,
annjackman (16775) 2013-12-06 1:28
The symmetry gives this immediate visual impact. For me it is the red door and railings and the graduated blueness of the sky that continues to capture my attention. Very sharp - a stunning image.
Kind Regards, Ann
chawax (17590) 2013-12-06 14:11
Perfect symetry in your composition and fantastic details. Great colours, great contrast, excellent sharpness.
- Copyright: Brian Denton (timecapturer) (41754)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-11-13
- Categories: Castles, Daily Life, Architecture
- Camera: Sony Alpha 850 DSLR, Sony 28-75mm F2.8 SAM
- Exposure: f/20.0, 1/160 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-12-03 1:22